- File Size: 331 KB
- Print Length: 97 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (June 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072QB45L6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,332 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Imperfect Love: Twisted (Kindle Worlds Novella) Kindle Edition
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Whatever it was, Fannin, though she's not typically one to need rescuing, didn't contradict him, and though later, when she offered him an out, didn't object when he insisted that his offer to be her date at a function that promised to be awkward at best.
Regardless what Fannin felt, even though I don't swing that way, I think I fell in love with Jasper a little in those opening chapters. Honestly the character Mandi Beck has created is smooth, charming, dashing and noble.
Of course, there are potential complications. Fannin is running lead on a team from Tate & Cane putting together a marketing proposal for The Iron Flask, not your typical bar, but one that distills their own distinctive styles of whiskey right there on the premises, and Jasper? Well, he's an employee of a potential client.
With Adam, the ex boyfriend slash future (step) brother in law stirring up trouble wherever he can, there would seem to be a rough road ahead for these two, but perhaps they like it rough.
I found Twisted to be one of those books that just had me smiling almost the entire way through. The narrative style, Jasper's well deserved arrogance, Fannin's barely restrained sass, and a few other characters who are hardly hesitant to liven things up, I was riveted the whole way through and enjoyed it immensely.
Jasper was a smooth talking Irishman. He stepped in to help Fannin when she needed him most. He was sexy, funny and so dang good to Fannin. He had secrets that he kept, lies of omission if you will, that came back to bite him in the ass. He didn't come across as a manwhore, no other women made appearances. Once he met Fannin, she was it for him.
Fannin was a really good heroine. She had been through the ringer when she caught her fiance having sex with her step sister. To add insult to injury, the ex worked with her still so she had to see him and his new fiancée's smug faces. She handled it well, even when the ex would flaunt it in her face. One particular instance was in the presence of Jasper - and that is how they began.
-om drama - her ex was in the story but he was a real jerk and it was fun to watch her and Jasper swipe at him
-ow drama- none - Jasper had an ex that wanted more but he didn't. He had to leave his home to get away from her scheming. She made no appearances in the story.
-short period of pushing away
-some steamy sex scenes
-neither were virgins
-no epilogue whatsoever - HFN ending and I was tremendously disappointed
Mandi Beck has such a unique writing voice, and it is insanely easy to get lost in her words. I forgot I was reading a novella, and instantly became engrossed. From the very first page until the end, there are no wasted words or spaces.
Fannin is super independent. She is resilient, a hard worker, and makes no excuses. She doesn't have time for bs, but seems to be put right in the middle of a disaster waiting to happen. But who can be immune to the charm of a sexy Scottish bartender she is scoping out for work?
Jasper is immediately swoony. His confidence and straight-forward attitude, mixed with his sense of humor makes you immediately want to know more about him.
Twisted did not feel like a novella. Although I would LOVE to read more about Jasper and Fannin, I absolutely loved how this little novella played out. You don't want to miss this one!
Fannin is a woman who's having to endure going to the wedding of her Ex which is bad enough but he's marrying her stepsister too. WTF you may ask.
Not only that but these two just love rubbing her nose in it every chance they get.
A business meeting at the Iron Flask sees her getting a hard time from her Sister/Ex over her plus one for the wedding.
In steps the handsome Bartender Jasper to rescue Fannin and pretend to be her boyfriend.
As you can imagine this is a shock and surprise to Fannin.
But Jasper is gorgeous and she's grateful. It's going to be fun pretending that's for sure.
This book had it all, I loved Jasper the way he stepped in to help after witnessing they way Fannin was treated. I just loved him for that.
This is a rollercoaster ride, I couldn't get enough.
It was hott and hilarious from start to finish. Loved it.
I absolutely ate up this story. Between the uniquely named lead, Fannin who is now my personal hero since she was able to refrain from bitch-slapping her step sister and putting a hit on her ex, Fannin's, best friend Shelby who needs her own book, and all the Sean Connery accented words from Jasper there is nothing not to love. Including the fact that Jasper calls Fannin, fanny just for fun. (Look up British slang if you don't get that) .
Part of the Kindle Worlds Novella series, this read has the perfect balance between story, sexy scenes, and humor. With it being a novella, it has a quick pace and no wasted words. Grab this one and settle in with the whiskey and plaid skirts.
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